She has a degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Legal and Forensic Psychology from the University of La Frontera in Temuco, Chile. She has worked as a researcher on the Fondef D08i-1205 project, where she participated in the development of the Multidimensional Differentiated Evaluation Model (MMIDA) in Juvenile Justice contexts in Chile. She has also taught in the Department of Psychology of the University of La Frontera, and was part of the academic committee of the Magister in Legal and Forensic Psychology of the same University. She has participated in several national and international congresses related to Legal and Forensic Psychology. She currently works as a PhD researcher on the Brain, Cognition and Behavior program in topics related to psychological maturity, personality and juvenile justice, with Dr. Antonio Andrés-Pueyo being the tutor of this research. Her main research lines are related to juvenile justice evaluation and intervention.